Do you have a painting project this Fall but don't know which colors to use? Then take a look at Benjamin Moore's 2011 Envision color palettes. There are three palettes of six colors each to help you convey a certain mood: sophisticated, bold, or earthy.
The circus is coming to town - or, more accurately, our neighboring village of Berwyn this weekend. They are also hosting the 21st Annual Route 66 Car Show. Meanwhile the River Forest Library invites you to a free screening as part of their Foreign Film Forum.
Forest Park will be the starting point of a "silent parade" in honor of the first responders and citizens who lost their lives in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The parade takes place on Sunday, Sept. 11, at 7 p.m. and will start at the intersection of Van Buren and Madison streets.
On Saturday, September 17th at 10 a.m., What the Playground Knows will be premiering at the Lake Theatre. This film noir written by Percy Julian teacher, Mac Boyle and directed by CAST Director of Films, Jimmy Binns, features the talents and hard work of CAST actors and crew members.
To share the varied worship opportunities offered in our villages, Wednesday Journal and Forest Park Review present the Fall 2011 Welcome to Worship Guide, a special advertising section with stories and news from Oak Park, River Forest, and Forest Park churches and worship centers.